He told me some things about them, to show that our leadings were incompatible.
“We must wait for the leadings of Providence,” said his wife.
Do not fear, then, to wrestle with doubt, or to follow its leadings.
Pre-eminently it may claim to have followed the leadings of Providence.
Each and all of God's sons is the subject of these leadings.
Surely the leadings of Providence were too plainly evident to be unnoticed.
In both of these instances reason has followed the leadings of feeling.
Aunt Jane looked at Ruth, as if pitying the sister who had blindly followed the leadings of her heart and had died unforgiven.
Old Mr. Holt, being a church member, had probably had "leadings" which were more to be relied on than his son's boasted knowledge.
Our end is to do God's will, not our own; to obey the command of Providence, not to follow the leadings of human fancies.